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Tonka 17" Steel Classics Mighty Dump Truck Toy

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Target has Tonka 17" Steel Classics Mighty Dump Truck Toy on sale for $14. Select store pickup where available, or shipping is free with orders $35 or more.

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  • Built at a 1/12th scale
  • Articulated truck bed to load, haul and then tilt to dump sand, rocks and more.

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These are NOT the super durable, all steel Tonka many of us remember from our childhood. They have changed many parts to plastic and they do not hold up like they did. Very disappointed in all the newer ones I've bought for my kids and they do break. Yet the ones I had as a kid are being played with still.
I remember those all steel Tonka days. They were built like tanks and weighed almost as much. Plus, they had sharper edges which might cause a cut if a kid fell on one. They also would rust if left outside. Nothing made now matches what was made a generation (or two) ago, but for $14, this seems like a solid deal on a quality toy which should outlast the kid's interest. Thumbs up OP.

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These are NOT the super durable, all steel Tonka many of us remember from our childhood. They have changed many parts to plastic and they do not hold up like they did. Very disappointed in all the newer ones I've bought for my kids and they do break. Yet the ones I had as a kid are being played with still.
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These are NOT the super durable, all steel Tonka many of us remember from our childhood. They have changed many parts to plastic and they do not hold up like they did. Very disappointed in all the newer ones I've bought for my kids and they do break. Yet the ones I had as a kid are being played with still.
I remember those all steel Tonka days. They were built like tanks and weighed almost as much. Plus, they had sharper edges which might cause a cut if a kid fell on one. They also would rust if left outside. Nothing made now matches what was made a generation (or two) ago, but for $14, this seems like a solid deal on a quality toy which should outlast the kid's interest. Thumbs up OP.
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Same price on Amazon now.
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These are NOT the super durable, all steel Tonka many of us remember from our childhood. They have changed many parts to plastic and they do not hold up like they did. Very disappointed in all the newer ones I've bought for my kids and they do break. Yet the ones I had as a kid are being played with still.
Looks like the quality took a mighty dump over the years
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Hmm wonder if this might work on my RC rock crawler as a donor body !! I'll have to find some measurements on this
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Even though we won't get the same tank quality as the original, is this still a steal at $14? 2 year old son loves construction vehicles.
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I'm surprised we didn't all die from tetanus back in the day. I cut myself so many times on those sharp rusty Tonka trucks as a kid. They got rid of most of the sharp edges on these.
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I'm surprised we didn't all die from tetanus back in the day. I cut myself so many times on those sharp rusty Tonka trucks as a kid. They got rid of most of the sharp edges on these.
Hey I look at that as an added bonus - experienced real work conditions.
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First pic, kid thinking about his phone, 2nd pic, he found it under the dump....

So I hear these cheap junk now a days, huh?
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Those of you saying these are cheap and not made as well- please explain what you noticed about them that leads you to say that.

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These are NOT the super durable, all steel Tonka many of us remember from our childhood. They have changed many parts to plastic and they do not hold up like they did. Very disappointed in all the newer ones I've bought for my kids and they do break. Yet the ones I had as a kid are being played with still.
Which parts break?
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Which parts break?
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The first part that typically goes is the plastic exhaust pipe.

It is $14 from China and not a heirloom piece to be handed down. If made like they were 50 years ago, I would think $50 would be a deal. Plenty of those are still functioning with the 3rd generation.
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